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going to do things differently at the rnc. we set out to build a permanent ground campaign, to close the digital divide, and to engage with voters of all backgrounds. we have accomplished a lot together in just one year. we had our whole field team in town for training last month, with hundreds of field staffers over by the dulles airport. it was a wild moment to see how fast the republican national committee had grown in 2013. we are getting to know communities where we had not been for a long time, and we are talking to people who had not heard from us for far too long. that is how you grow a party. the truth is, this work is never done. it is a permanent operation. that is the new normal at the republican national committee. to win, it has to be this way. on the tech front, we basically have a start up running inside the rnc, and big reforms are coming to our presidential nominating process, with forms that put republican voters, not the liberal media, in the drivers seat. [applause] this is about getting better debates. but it is also a way to put a check on the media. last time
in june. the rnc will vote on whether the final primary will take place 35 or 45 days before the convention itself. also on the agenda, the rules on how the party awards delegates. stronger penalties for states that try to jump ahead of what is now a protected big four early state calendar. the calendar proposal, that's on the table, says that iowa, new hampshire, nevada, and south carolina all would be contests that would take place in february on their own. no other states could join them. primaries that occur in the first two weeks of march would have to award delegates proportionately. and then you would have primaries that take place in the second half of march or beyond. they could make the decision to do it either proportionally or winner-take-all. in the last two presidential elections, florida, of course, held its earliest primaries ever in an effort to gain more power on the nominating process, and they didn't get it on the democratic side. florida was punished in 2012. half of its 99 delegates were stripped, and the rnc actually stuck to it and enforced it, and the
live program will continue in half an hour or so with rnc chair reince priebus. he will address the rnc annual winter meetings. he is expected to get underway at 10:30 live on c-span2. we'll have a speech from south caroline republican senator tim scott. see that at 1:15 on companion network c-span. >>> this ongoing project led by maria shriver on key issues facing women. this looks at economic status on women in the u.s., and estimated 42 million are at risk for falling into poverty. we'll share with you the event over the next two nights starting at 9:00 eastern on c-span. here's a clip. >> what united both of these teams and what united everybody who wrote for this report and who was been working what i call on the front lines of humanity, is the belief that these women, given the chance can not only lift themselves up but lift up their entire families and putting women at the center of the economy is not just good for women it is good more men and boys and girls and most importantly good for the country. that was the mission of this report to change a lot of old stereotypes. put a n
together and said we were going to do things differently at the rnc. we set out to build a permanent ground campaign, to close the digital divide, and to engage with voters of all backgrounds. we have accomplished a lot together in just one year. we had our whole field team in town for training last month, with hundreds of field staffers over by the dulles airport. it was a wild moment to see how fast the republican national committee had grown in 2013. we are getting to know communities where we had not done for a long time, and we are talking to people who had not heard from us for far too long. that is how you grow a party. the truth is, this work is never done. it is a permanent operation. that is the new normal at the republican national committee. to win, it has to be this way. on the tech front, we basically have a start up running inside the rnc, and big reforms are coming to our presidential nominating process, with forms that put republican voters, not the liberal media, in the drivers seat. [applause] this is about getting better debates. but it is also a way to put a check on th
to avoid what rnc leaders called an intramural blood bath that leaves the nominee battered and bruised in the fall. mike emanuel tells us how they plan to do it. >> historic day for our party. >> rnc chairman reince priebus made that declaration after they voted to adjust the 2016 calendar based on lessons learned from the 2012 cycle. >> big reforms are coming to our presidential nominating process. reforms that put republican voters not the liberal media, in the driver's seat. >> the rnc is shifting the 2016 primary candle, trying to start it later and end it earlier than 2012. february would be reserved for iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, and nevada. primaries before march 15th would be proportional. then winner take all contests come after that. >> this will really put our candidate and our nominee in the best position to win. >> the rnc plans to reduce the number of primary debates to limit in-fighting and avoid the nominee being damaged heading into the general election. they're also planning to move up the convention from late august to some time between june 27th and july 1
, by the way, for his republican -- very republican seat. >>> we're going to get rnc chairman reince priebus' reaction to that, and his party's problem of communicating with female voters. >>> a lot of prebuttals on state of the union going on around town. don't miss hillary clinton. she'll be speaking at the national auto dealers association. don't think this is one of the free speeches. but it's always interesting to see her on the stump. you're watching the "the daily rundown" only on msnbc. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. everybody knows that parker. well, did you know auctioneers make bad grocery store clerks? that'll be $23.50. now .75, 23.75, hold 'em. hey now do i hear 23.75? 24! hey 24 dollar, 24 and a quarter, quarter, now half, 24 and a half and .75! 25! now a quarter, hey 26 and a quarter, do you wanna pay now, you wanna do it, 25 and a quarter - sold to the man in the khaki jacket! geico. fifteen minutes could save you... well, you know. if it doesn't work fast... you're on to the next thing. clinically proven neutrogena® rapid wrinkle r
parties annual winter meeting so members of the rnc could go to the march and not miss of the meeting. the chairman of the republican national committee himself attended the march and chartered a bus to and from the march for rnc members. once the winter meeting got underway, the rnc introduced a big new anti-abortion resolution for its members, stating that republican candidates for office must stop shying away from being anti-abortion. they should loudly declare how anti-abortion they are. if a republican candidate for office does note talk enough about just how against abortion rights they are, this revolution says the rnc should not support that strategy as that candidate runs for office. they're set to vote on that new be louder about abortion by friday of this week. in congress, they're considering these measures not just a matter of marching in the streets and dealing with the supreme court, the legislature matters here too, in congress, republicans control the house of representatives, the judiciary committee of the house of representatives, specifically the republican majorit
first read team calls gop empathy gap in its own post-election autopsy. the rnc wrote the republican party must be the champion of those who seek to climb the economic ladder. plus -- >> somebody had to do it. we just took all of the files. >> 40 years before edward snowden, there was john and bonnie. the couple admits to breaking into an fbi office back in 1971 and stealing secret government documents. why they say they did it. [ male announcer ] what's different at red lobster? new table for two. it brings together everyone's favorite flavors, like savory garlic herb shrimp over wood-fire grilled chicken and chili ginger salmon topped with tangy pineapple salsa. nothing brings you together like table for two. two salads...two entrees... plus an appetizer or dessert to share, all for just $29.99. table for two is too good to miss! so come sea quality, sea variety, sea food differently at red lobster. too small. too soft. too tasty. [ both laugh ] [ male announcer ] introducing progresso's new creamy alfredo soup. inspired by perfection. [ male announcer ] what kind of energy is so a
this, but reverend, governor, former presidential candidate, it is very alarming. >> rnc chairman reince priebus tweeted, "i don't know what he was talking about, sort of a goofy way of using some phrases, not the way i would have phrased it." moments ago, priebus made this not so subtle suggestion to the republican ranks. >> as we look to grow the ranks of our party, we must all be very conscience of tone and choice of words when we communicate those policies effectively. >> joining me now, republican national committee communication director sean spicer, good to see you. >> great to see you, thanks for having me. >> i'm glad you're here, i have to get this line from an "l.a. times" article, "the republican party has become so adept at shooting itself in the foot over women's issues they should probably put a mother tore yum on discussing them for awhile." why can't they strike the right tone? >> neither party has a monopoly on using inappropriate words or phrases. i think the governor was talking about the way democrats demean women is nothing something we believe in, and our pa
at the rnc. >> we set out to close the digital divide and engage with voters of all backgrounds. >> but it was former governor mike huckabee whoi illustrated just how far they've come. >> if they believe the women cannot control their libido without the help of the government. women need to stand up across america and say enough of that nonsense. >> so the war on women is about controlling our libido. got that? so much for changing the words they use. this comes at a time when both parties are talking about poverty and economic inequality, the rnc approved a resolution to appeal a law to end offshore tax dodging by millionaires and balance mayors. the rnc voted to shorten their nominating process but still no recognition that their calendar was not the problem. great to have you all, gentlemen. >> good to be here. >> i want to with you because you wand to make mention of an incident that occurred in south carolina yet. >> sure, sure. we had a horrific accident at south carolina state university. brandon robertsson was a football player, engineering student, paying his own way th
in the debates. e made the candidacy of michele bachmann. it would look like the rnc sanctioning debates and threatening to punish any candidates who participates in non-sanctioned debates. the other thing at the rnc wants will be any it official debate. chuck shaw that -- chuck todd commentating. some conservatives like it but some of the establishment republicans are worried that it will end up creating a race to the right. you also talked about the town, the importance of tone when candidates are on the campaign trail. i want to play with he had to say and then come back to you. [video clip] matters.ample i said many times before that the policies and principles of this party are sound. however, as we look to grow the ranks of our party, we all must be very conscious of tone and choice of words when we can communicate those -- when we communicate those policies. we should set the standard for and also set an example for other republicans. man of politico is here to join us. what has been -- the context is mike huckabee made some comments the day before in that exact same and women'sem
following the meetings. lisa the rnc chair issued some marching orders today, i understand. what were they? >> reporter: well, stephanie after the last election, the leadership said the party really had to embrace all types of voters, and that's what the party chairman, reince priebus said today as well, he said the g.o.p. needs to continue to get out of its comfort zone and reach out to new voters. >> we're getting to know communities where we hadn't been for a long time. and talking to people who hadn't heard from us for far too long. that's how you grow a party. >> reporter: he also made clear that the republicans are prepared to take on the democrats on the issue poverty and income in allty, he said the republicans are for fairness and equal opportunity. stephanie? >> lisa, the party is also turning its focus to women. what does the g.o.p. hope to gain? >> reporter: well it was clear that the republicans know they have to get more female voters. they lost badly in both last presidential elections, female voters going for the democrats way over the republicans, but the problem is many p
marriage if they want to. is the rnc with him or against him on that? >> at the rnc we follow a platform that our delegates pass every four years. we're a party of traditional marriage, we're a pro life party and we're going to continue to be one until our delegates change that. it's something our base feels very strongly about. >> did mike lee take you off message there? >> there's a difference. our policies and our platform are very surround and that's what the majority of the party believes. can we be welcoming to those who differ, absolutely. we'll grow our party by additions and multiplications. we don't agree on every issue but we'll stand firm on those policies is. >> if you just said that's what you're base wants, isn't mike lee -- i'm not an expert on this, but isn't mike lee the head of the tea party. >> he's a tea party member, the pea party is an important part of our party. party. anyone who believes this is a republican thing is sadly mistaken as we saw in 2010. there's a lot of independents and a good number of democrat that is make that up. it's a -- i would welcome more
. coming up, remember mike huckabee, here he is speaking at the rnc in walk. >> women i know are smart, educated, intelligent, capable of doing anything anyone else can do. our party stands for the recognition of the quality of women and capacity of women. it's not a war on them, it's a war for them. >> the women he knows. at least the women mike huckabee know, ladies, in case you aren't smart enough to do this, already, republicans are doing you a favor with accessing birth control. it will get a whole lot worse coming up. plus an appetizer or dessert to share, all just $29.99. . >> mann you are taking part in a political contribution, whether it's for code pink bring your vagina to the rnc. imagine during your protest march you look down at your phone to find a text message, you are participating in a mass disturbance, kroepy, a pretty effective tool in driving protest, away from a demonstration. >> that happened. >> that is precisely what happened in the ukraine this week a. country in the midst of unrest, threatening a spiral into revolution, sparked relationships with russia and t
. thank you. >> good, thank you. coming up, remember mike huckabee, here he is speaking at the rnc in washington. >> women i know are smart, educated, intelligent, capable of doing anything anyone else can do. our party stands for the recognition of the quality of women and capacity of women. it's not a war on them, it's a war for them. >> the women he knows. at least the women mike huckabee know, ladies, in case you aren't smart enough to do this, already, republicans are doing you a favor with accessing birth control. it will get a whole lot worse coming up. let's put some music on. woman: welcome to learning spanish in the car. passenger: you've got to be kidding me. driver: this is good. woman: vamanos. driver & passenger: vamanos. woman: gracias. driver & passenger: gracias. passenger: trece horas en el carro sin parar y no traes musica. driver: mira entra y comprame unas papitas. vo: get up to 795 miles per tank in the tdi clean diesel. the volkswagen passat. recipient of the j.d. power appeal award, two years in a row. whoo! ♪ oh! nice! great! [ laughs ] a shot like that c
symptoms. [ breath of relief ] thanks. [ male announcer ] you're welcome. ready? go. >>> the rnc winter meeting was supposed to be an opportunity for republicans to broadcast a kinder gentler image to the public. instead remarks by future governor have overshadowed the proceedings. >> if the democrats want to insult the women of america by making them believe they are helpless without uncle sugar coming in and providing for them a prescription each month for birth control because they cannot control their libido or reproductive system without the help of the government, so be it. let us take that discussion all across america. >> casey hunt is live from inside the rnc meeting. as you know the remarks by the former governor have caused a big splash in media over the past day. you're there though. the reaction i want from you, what were being said by folks listening to that statement when he did make it? >> hi, richard, yes, look, this kind of tone and choice of words that mike huckabee used yesterday is not something that's representative of all of the attendees here. as i've spoken to p
the story. fill us in. >> reporter: the rnc chairman said that everyone needs to move forward together. reince priebus, the chair of the rnc said the g.o.p. needs to get out of its comfort zone and engage new voters and a lot of talk reaching out to women, reaching out to minorities to bring them into the parties as activists, as candidates. there was a distraction. someone did not stay on message, that was mike huckabee. he was a luncheon speaker, and he was talking about the democrat comments that republicans are waging a war on women, and he said it was the democrats who are shortchanging women. >> if the democrats want to insult the women of america by making them believe that they're helpless without uncle sugar coming in and providing for them a prescription each month for birth control because they cannot control their libido or reproductive system without the help of the government, so be it, let's take that discussion all across america because women are far more than women have prayed them to be, and women into stand up and say enough of that nonsense. >> now, democrats have
users not jail time. >>> this week's rn week's rnc ms have widened the field especially to women. but not everyone is getting the the story. >> that's the story the republican national committee tries, its rising stars. republican law maker monica youngblood. >> we are certifiesing that women do make up if republican party at all. we are mothers, students, we're house moms, soccer moms. >> and republicans have tapped a woman, represent.cast thy moor to deliver the president's state of the union address. reaching women voters who make up over halfful electorate. republicans only 44%. rnc chairman sharon day. >> the party's committed to that plan, we're going to reach out one vote at a time, one issue at a time. >> the republicans have to show the compassion issue in our politics and that they have better solution on the paramount issue which is the economy and jobs. >> efforts to strike out, mike huckabee was trying to say that democrats are the ones short changing women. >> if the democrats want to insult the women of america that they are helpless without uncle sugar coming in e
and her husband chris have two children. please welcome our new r.n.c. rising stars. [applause] we're going to have an opportunity for all of you to get up and ask questions at the mic. i'm going to ask each of our participants two questions. we'll try to move quickly and then open up the mic. first question is to chelsea. you said you were the first republican in your family. the first question is why and what about the republican party appealed to you? >> thank you, mr. chairman. i'm chelsea henry, born and raised in jacksonville, florida. my mother had me when she was 16 years old. for the first few years of my life, we were on welfare. i learned at a very early age the value of a dollar. i learned how to live on a budget. i learned the phrase delayed gratification and what that means. when there was something we wanted, we saved and planned for it. when i think about conservatism and what we stand for, what we all believe in, it's less taxes, it's smaller government. and those things resonate with me because i understand with my mom being a single parent for a decade of my life
to life. a resolution supported by 16 rnc members will be introduced at the meeting to support republican pro-life candidates who fight back against democratic deceptive war on women rhetoric by pointing out the extreme positions on abortion held by democratic opponents. is this a move to keep social issues a major component of the republican party or is it about keeping women in the fold? with midterm elections this year, what else is on the agenda for republicans? well, with more on the meeting let's bring in cnn national political reporter peter and dana bash. why now? why focus on anti-abortion efforts this year? >> well, i think in the wake of ken cuccinelli's race last year in virginia where he got absolutely drubbed by millions of dollars of ads on this war on women subject and he didn't articulate a forceful response so, now i think you see rare agreement between grassroots conservatives and sort of party officials, establishment pragmatists who are really -- want to arm candidates with ways to talk about this issue that don't frankly offend women and swing voters. that's what thi
republicans are frantically trying to backpedal these comments mike huckabee made at yesterday's rnc's winter meeting. >> the democrats want to insult the women of america by making them believe that they are helpless without uncle sugar coming in and providing for them a prescription each month for birth control because they cannot control their libido or their reproductive system without the help of the government, then so be it. let us take that discussion all across america, because women are far more than the democrats have played them to be. >> he says democrats treat women like they're helpless without uncle sugar giving them birth control. republicans have been desperate to get rid of their war on women image. and huckabee's comments put them back to square one. >> i wasn't offended, but my point is it's distracting. >> i would not have talked about that. i would talk about the economy. >> i don't think any man should sit around and talk about female libido on television or in his stump speech. >> i think governor huckabee would probably phrased it different. mike speaks off the cuff,
a passionate debate thursday while giving the keynote at the rnc's winter meeting. >> that the democrats want to insult the women of america by making them believe they are helpless without uncle sugar coming in and providing them a prescription each month for birth control because they cannot control their libido or reproductive system without the help of the government, so be it. >> the associated press says the comments are, "gift for dems." it didn't take long to send out fundraising e-mails. reaction has been intense. >> sensitivity training on how to talk to women has been an issue they have to work on. when you say it's about a women's libido, you might as well call them a slut. >> i guess i'm stunned, but at the same time it's so bizarre. >> what's more important, lawrence, is not what he said, but what he believes, that is that women don't deserve access to birth control. >> they are going to do everything in their power to just beat the drum of repression. i don't know what else to say. >> let me bring in democratic congresswoman gwen moore. good morning, congresswoman. >> good morn
the rules of how they elect their own. the rnc is ready to compress the primary schedule in an attempt to avoid another dirty nomination process and allow the nominee more time to fundraise. the changes are up for a vote today, the final day of the rnc's winter meeting. now we go back to that "new york times" magazine cover. look at that. when we saw it, we knew we needed to give you a chance to have a caption contest for friday. tweet us your best and most creative captions using the hash tag #waytooearly. >>> we move on to mike huck abeechlt he certainly expressed interest in making another run for president saying his record as governor of arkansas proves he can bring washington together. he'll have some work to do to win over critics though because following yesterday's comments about the gop's approach to woo back female voters, republicans are concerned. >> the republicans don't have a war on women. they have a war for women. for them to be empowered, to be something other than victims of their gender. if the democrats want to insult the women of america by making them believe th
plan cancel because of obamacare. the rnc voted to shorten the nomination contest to avoid another long primary battle that mes the republican front runner could clinch the nomination as early as mah rather than a. the cirman says it could improve the party's chances to win back the white house in 2016. [applause] >> we have been saying for months that we would no longer sitting around and allow ourselves to slice and dice for six months, participate in the circus of debates but take coldnce again of our responsibility as the rnc because we are the custodians of the nomination process. lou: if you are counting all the 283 days from the midterm elections. bob mcdonnell and his wife pleaded not guilty to federal corruption charges for accepting gifts a unit vacations from a businessman seeking favors from the state. both released on their own recognizance until the trial scheduled for late july the former governor rejected a plea deal that will allow him to plead guilty to one felony bank charges and would have let his wife off the hook all together. refers cast accuses the:registration a
what they somehow thought i had said and they tweeted this. >> rnc meeting mike huckabee said federal government shouldn't help women who can't control li biddo with birth control. casy hunt. huckabee women helpless without uncle sugar providing birth control because they can't control their li biddo. >> they tweeted the exact opsowed what i said. to their credit after their colleagues pointed it out they tried to issue corrections and even then white house press secretary was reacting to a phony story. >> not that long ago in the rnc winter meeting mike huckabee said the democrats message to women is that they are -- reading from the report they are helpless without uncle sugar coming in and providing for them a prescription each month for birth control because they cannot control their li biddo or reproductive system without the help of government. >> i haven't sewn had report. that sounds offensive to me and women. >> let me tell you who said it. jay. i didn't say it. the reporter said it and like you, i am offended by their misinterpretations. (applause) well, of course, carne is
the other side -- the other view on this number if you look at the rnc is they say there hasn't been enough stimulus to help jobs and obamacare is putting weight on the economy. >> great thing about arguments this is product of misguided government policy is completely nonfalsifiable. we can't go back four years and replay the tape and see how many jobs we think we would have with different policies. it's a great political argument to say it's because of your policies that things are turning out this way. this economy has been shifting structurally under republicans and democrats. government may be able to do a lot about this but unless government goes out and hires every single unemployed person, this is not a governmental problem. this is structural economic problem. these reports show that we're not in a crisis but we're not in this massive interesting job creation engine going forward. >> some of the breakdown here. national unemployment rate 6.7 as i was saying. among african-americans looking at this number here, you can see 11.9%, almost double the national, latino americans, 8.3. as
. >>> up next, as rnc leaders huddle in washington for their annual strategy session, a longtime republican party faithful announces he is leaving the party over what he calls a tolerance of bigotry. we will talk to him right here on "the cycle" up next. hey kevin...still eating chalk for heartburn? yeah... try new alka seltzer fruit chews. they work fast on heartburn and taste awesome. these are good. told ya! i'm feeling better already. [ male announcer ] new alka seltzer fruits chews. enjoy the relief! hearty oatmeal, softly baked with a drizzle of cinnamon. it's a soft take on a morning classic. soft-baked oatmeal squares from nature valley. >>> right now, the rnc annual win thor meeting is under way in washington, d.c. this event, a town hall showcasing the party's "rising stars", including chee ining ch, conservative activist allison howard, and alex smith, national chair of the college republicans. no chris christie. party leaders are discussing everything from strategies to the primary calendar for 2016. but the question remains whether they will tackle the biggest problem facing th
. you know, today former presidential candidate and fox news host mike huckabee spoke at the rnc winter meeting. and once again he suggested that single moms are to blame for poverty. listen to this. >> if we really want to deal with poverty, the most important solution is stable families, marriage. we would much rather the children of america be raise bade mother and a father rather than being raised by uncle sam. >> there are mothers and fathers that live in poverty that are married together. i mean, there is no magic economic wand to having a marriage situation. >> well, reverend, one of our good friends, reverend ct vivian. >> civil rights icon. >> recently met with a group of workers who go to work every day. one young lady goes to work every day and goes to community college in the evening, and she is married and her husband works. and they are still qualifying for food stamps, because she works at a fast food restaurant. she is very good. she is there every day, and stays up half the night trying to be prepared for school. there are millions of americans doing that every day. my
calendar and trying to shake off the problems from the 2012 presidential race. the rnc voted today to move its 2016 convention to june. the gop is trying to avoid the long, bruising primary battle that ultimately led to mitt romney winning the nomination in 2012. the idea of shortening the primary season was a result of some republicans soul searching following romney's defeat in the general election. our national political reporter, peter hamby is over at the rnc winter meetings still ongoing in washington. peter, this would be the earliest convention for either party since 1948. how could this shift benefit republicans in 2016? >> reporter: that's right, wolf. yeah, the last convention that early was in 1948 in philadelphia. the republican convention. one huge take away for the republican party after the 2012 primary process, it started too early, ended too late, dragged on too long. there were too many hurt feelings. and the party felt handcuffed. they had to do too many debates, travel around the country, go to places that maybe they didn't need to go in the end. and they passed a pack
through for the nomination. they moved up the rnc national convention to june 2016 which will be the earliest convention for either party since 1948. it will also likely come with 100% less clint eastwood yelling at an empty chair. it's a way to control their own messaging. >> as we look to grow the ranks of our party, we must all be very conscious of tone and choice of words when we communicate those policies effectively. we should set the standard. >> keep in mind that the rnc chairman priebus said that before mike huckabee took to the podium at the meeting and said this. >> if the democrats want to insult the women of america by making them believe that they are helpless without uncle sugar coming in and providing for them a prescription each month for birth control because they cannot control their libido or reproductive system without the help of the government, so be it. >> huckabee tried to reband the so-called war on women party instead of war for women but progressives suggested huckabee was all but adding chastity belts. they have dominated the headlines as the
to your base. and i think that's what mike huckabee was doing yesterday. >> rnc chair reince priebus perhaps alluding to huckabee said the republican positions are sound. it's the delivery, and they've got to work on that, he said. listen to his nuanced statement here. >> i said many times before that the policies and principles of this party are sound. however, as we look to grow the ranks of our party, we must all be very conscious of tone and choice of words when we communicate those policies effectively. >> and doubling down, last night former senator and presidential candidate rick santorum reacted to huckabee's comments his way. let's listen. >> mike speaks off the cuff, as some of us are known to do, and probably chose different words to communicate that. >> back to joy. so i guess it comes down to what do they really mean? and i think it comes down to topic selection. and one thing i have always learned, it took me years to discover, if you want to win an argument or control it, pick the topic. you say budgets, republicans tend to win. you say taxes, they tend to win. you tal
. >> given the gop's track record of talking to women about their own reproductive health, the rnc's winter meeting was the perfect opportunity to roll out a new, more female friendly republican party. instead, they got this. >> if the democrats want to insult the women of america by making them believe that they are helpless without uncle sugar coming in and providing for them a prescription each month for birth control because they cannot control their libido or their reproductive system without the help of the government, then so be it. >> but this was no off-the-cuff remark. huckabee had said something similar before, as in this past saturday. >> for democrats to reduce women to beggars for cheap government-funded birth control is demeaning to the women that i know who are far more complicated than their libido and the management of their reproductive system. >> huckabee is now fund-raising off his remarks, warning liberals should get ready for more of this talk. but according to fellow social conservative, rick santorum, this isn't even about birth control. >> that's one of the things
refers to this period as being in the eye of the storm. >> with the rnc position being a social one, this town was so full of tension. >> she wondered how he was soldiering on. mr. bush has to go to president nixon and say to him, it looks like most hope is lost. >> our next questioner is from quincy, massachusetts. are you there? >> hello? i am in quincy, massachusetts, the birthplace of john adams. i have a question and a comment. you mentioned earlier that mrs. bush is the only first lady after abigail adams who was the mother of a president. is it also true that she is the only first lady after abigail adams who was the wife of a president and a vice president? >> pat nixon. >> but not the mother of a president. thank you for your call. from watergate, chief of the republican party, to china. >> this is a great story. watergate occurs. president nixon resigns. george bush is considered very strongly to be one of the potential vice presidential picks for gerald ford. you have been a loyal soldier and i would like to get all of the people involved in watergate out of the limelight
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9:00 p.m. coming up next on "hannity," reince priebus, red of the rnc, he's not happy with that other network. have a great night, everybody. z. >> sean: tonight we're in theani heart of time conveyor? the fox broadcast tower. we have a jam-packed edition of the show. america, are you ready to roll? let's roll.f >> sean hannity says as soon aso i can get out, i'm leaving. >> jon stewart begging little old me to stay in new york. ♪ >> sean: the question is, willyk i, should i? >> sean hannity is disgusted! >> we're all one happy family. >> sean: rand paul says the gop is just fine, but is it really true? the scarlettu johansson commercial banned from super bowl sunday.jo plus, another edition of "ask sean" coming your way. they can ask me anything, and i don't know the questions ahead of time. >> you don't know anything. i can't wait for this.up y >> sean: you ask, i'm answer. i'm 6-6. the last two weekends. we'll see.e, we're on. >> sean: it's hannity and joe theismann. who had the winning playoff " picks? it's time for joe to eat crow. >> i'd be remiss if i didn't c
own. host: the rnc chair will be talking about this. he will be defending him and republicans. what would you expect to hear? guest: i think he'll say the republicans are better for the country the democrats. one of the problems that i have with my party is that we have become the party of no. i have been insisting among my friends in the house that they come up with reasonable alternatives. they just have not been able to do that. i will stop here. the issue i have with republicans, at least congressional republicans, is that if they want the country to trust them with article one, they have to show some actual concrete plans moving forward. and they have just not done that. host: this headline from the huffington post -- chris christie could be impeached. that is if he knew about what was happening. there's also this from the new jersey ledger. guest: that is typical. host: pointing out more subpoenas. guest: there is no question that this is not the end. we have barely scratched the surface. that is the problem. right now, there is nothing tying him to what happened personally. t
conservative members. >>> other senate news, this from virginia where the state is in play. former rnc chairman, ed guillespie out with this video announcing his campaign. it would be a promotion for one of his jobs when he worked at a parking attendant at the senate during college. >>> a stint in the hospital earlier this year hasn't slowed down former first lady, barbara bush. she has some ideas of her own for 2016 and some candid advice to her son, jeb. >> i think this is a great american country, a great country. if we can't find more than two or three families to run for high office, that's silly. although, no question in my mind that jeb is the best qualified person to run for president but i hope he won't. i think he will get all my enemies, all his brothers and there are other families. >> a clarification for her. >>> a major about-face. the state tax commission saying legally married same-sex couples can file joint state income tax returns. some 1300 couples married whether it was allowed between december 20th and january 6th. >>> a whopping 36% say their viewed on gay rights have chan
on that. the rnc has diversified the folks that work with them. and they have five rising stars. all five of them are women, three are minorities. some are local elected officials and party activists, so they are trying to project the image of a bigger tent. but there has been no movement on immigration reform, and abortion remains a key element. they also will have a proposals today and tomorrow that they will discuss -- that will talk about the strategy of silence. they don't want candidates to be silent. they oppose abortion. they want to come out fighting. they think that is a winning strategy. del? >> lisa thank you very much. ♪ >>> in business news so far an ugly day on wall street, the dow down 177 points. investors concerned about corporate earnings. >>> another cold day, another rise in the price of gnat wall gas following a 6% rise yesterday. >>> the job market continues to limp along, the labor department reporting the claims for first-time unemployment benefits ticked up to 326,000 last week. >>> toyota holding on to the title of the world's top auto maker for year number tw
states reelect you. you come and represent us as a party. i don't member the rnc has said here is what one must believe to the nth to be a real republican. anyone not here is a rino. if there is going to be an organization can set that standard, it is you. you are the body of policymaking for the party on the national level. maybe you should do that. maybe you shouldn't. would certainly ask this. that we would accept the reality that if you are with me, 90%-70% of the time, you are still 70% closer to me than i am to nancy pelosi and harry reid and barack obama. i will take you any day, any time. [applause] this coming monday, i'm going to be in a remarkable ceremony at auschwitz in poland. it will be the 60th anniversary of the liberation. the majority of israeli -- is going to fly to auschwitz accompanied by a holocaust survivor. many will be called -- many will be going back for the first time since they were children. it is going to be a powerful day, i am sure. as i think about it and anticipate what the day is going to be like, i realize the horror of what happened in that place
the candidate and the topic for us. >>> and as for the rest of the party, the rnc is meeting this in d.c. this week. and in addition to calling for a more condensed and less grueling primary season in 2016, they're take bids for host cities including las vegas, kansas city, ohio, and phoenix. the mayor of columbus went out on a limb and said if his city gets the nod and hosts the convention, he will guarantee the republicans carry ohio. >>> another break for us. we're back in a moment with a big surprise waiting outside the door for one couple. it was all caught on video. >>> we have a pair of anniversaries we want to note tonight. ten years ago today, the u.s. landed on mars. nasa's opportunity rover touched down back in '04. it was supposed to last only 90 days, but the resilient little dynamo is still chugging along now a decade later. and 30 years ago today the mac was introduced to the world. its arrival was heralded by that iconic 1984 commercial that only aired once on the super bowl commercial. computing has never been quite the same since. >>> and speaking of prominent politic
for the midterm elections? >> i separate it in two trucks. the rnc, the republican national committee, chaired, he is doing a great job. he has blacks on staff. he is hiring blacks in the field. full time. with benefits. throughout all of the states. where we have significant black populations. and putting them in the field. ahead of time. before the elections get here. the problem in my view is on the congressional side where we need more congressional folks to step up and do what the chair is doing. >> finally we have to go, and where can we buy the book. >> my web site. >> raynard jackson .com. >> and thanks for being with us. >> and let's go to howard with an update on the forecast and hopefully a warmup down the road. >> definitely a warmup. much warmer here by saturday. but last night, the snow is close to what we were thinking here. and there is never going to be a perfect snow forecast but we did get that trace all the way up into carol and frederick county and factored around winchester, and just and you an inch at reagan national and some areas in dc, an inch, inch and a half to annanda
republican republican consultants afraid to take a stand for life, look instead at admirable example of rnc chairman who this week will delay the convening of the rnc winter meeting so national committee members can participate in the march for life. he has demonstrated that the best way to counter this democrat's phony charge of a war on women, is to lead in the war for women. all women. even the ones yet to be born. in announcing his proposed changes new the program friday. president obama said he wants to work with leaders on capitol hill. >> i will consult with the relevant committees in congress to seek their views. and then seek congressioncongre authorization for the program. >> surprising statement from the president considering what he said earlier this week before his first cabinet meeting of the year. we are not just waiting for legislation in order to make sure we are providing americans the kind of help that they need. i have got a pen, and a phone. and i can use that pen to sign executive orders. and take executive actions and administrative actions. and mitch mcconnell of ken
of the committee delayed the start of rnc's annual meeting. why? so republicans could protest the right to choose at the annual march for life pushing back the annual meeting so they could march against women's rights. that is what this gop stands for. what did we hear at the march? he is house majority leader. >> i announce next week the house will vote once and again to end taxpayer funding for abortions. >> no taxpayers pay for apporti abortions. it really means poor women enrolled in medicaid are denied abortion care. the gop rarely misses an opportunity to attack women's rights and rnc is doubling down on the anti-choice agenda. considering a resolution to reject a strategy of silence on the abortion issue when candidates are attacked with war on women rhetoric. candidates attacked with war on women rhetoric because they launched a war on women, attacking rights. how is this working out for them? yet today they are bowing to make abortion front and center. good luck witht that strategy. joining me now are jess mcintosh and abey huntsman. thank you for being here. >> thanks for having me. >>
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